Coronado Information 
Coronado, California is an affluent suburban community located about five miles from downtown San Diego. Coronado, which means “the crowned one” in Spanish, was cited in the 2000 census as having a population of roughly 25,000, with real estate prices being above average. In 2007, it was estimated that the yearly median household income in Coronado was upwards of $91,000.
Often referred to as Coronado Island, the community rests on a peninsula that is adjoined to San Diego County via a ten-mile isthmus called the Silver Strand. Coronado is over 32 square miles, about 8 of those being water. The San Diego-Coronado Bridge, opened in 1969, facilitates cross-community travel. 
A popular attraction in the city is the Hotel del Coronado, a National Historic Landmark that was built in 1888. The Hotel del Coronado has been featured in the films "Some Like It Hot" and "The Stunt Man," and has hosted numerous affluent guests, including presidents, dignitaries, and entertainers. In addition, Coronado is home to resort hotels, and boasts a contemporary downtown section with numerous shops and eateries. The community has two theaters, The Lamb's Players Theatre and the Coronado Playhouse. 
Coronado holds an annual Fourth of July celebration, complete with a parade, 15K fun run, festivals, concerts, and waterfront fireworks. July is also the time of the annual Coronado Island Fiesta, featuring aquatic activities, fun runs, and other festive events. In addition to the annual summer festivities, there is the Coronado Flower Show, held every spring. 
The city of Coronado is serviced by the Coronado Unified School District, consisting of a high school, middle school, and two elementary schools. The community also has two private schools, Sacred Heart Parish School and Christ Church Day School.
San Ysidro Real Estate, Homes and Condos
San Ysidro is a southern district of San Diego, just north of the U.S.-Mexico border. It is bordered by Otay Mesa West to the north, Otay Mesa to the east, and Nestor and the Tijuana River Valley to the west. 
San Ysidro gets its name from San Ysidro Labrador (Saint Isidore), the patron saint of farmers.
Little Landers
Founded in 1908, the Little Landers community motto was, "A little land and a living surely is better than desperate struggle and wealth possibly." The community was unique in that it attempted to foster a non-hierarchal social structure, with each resident holding a plot of land no larger than what they could cultivate themselves, an average of 2 acres each. Every citizen in the community had an equal voice concerning the affairs of the community, along with there being an elected board of directors. 
The exchange or buying and selling of agricultural commodities was done in a cooperative manner. Citizens also agreed to forfeit their land should they decide to leave the community. 
The city’s commissions from the sale of land was used to fund public improvements, from libraries and parks, to irrigation systems and clubhouses. The city also maintained a produce market in San Diego. Along with growing crops, the community raised livestock, ducks, rabbits, and goats.
Founded in 1908 by William Ellsworth Smythe, and lasting until a catastrophic flood destroyed its farms in 1916, the Little Landers was one of the nation's first communes.  
Annexation
As with all of southern San Diego, San Ysidro was annexed by San Diego in 1957, with a subsequent attempt by the residents to reverse that decision in 1973 being unsuccessful. 

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